Disenchanting Disenchanted Disenchant Disenable Disembowelment Disembowel Disembody Disembodied Spirit Disenchantment Disencumber Disenfranchise Disenfranchised Disengage Disengagement Disentangle Disentanglement Disestablish Disestablishment Disesteem Disfavor

Disenchantment meaning in Urdu

Disenchantment Sentence

Disenchantment of society.

Disenchantment Synonyms

Disenchantment Definitions

1) Disenchantment, Disillusion, Disillusionment : غلط فہمی سے آزادی : (noun) freeing from false belief or illusions.


Useful Words

Disenchanting : غلط فہمی سے آزادی , Misbelieve : غلط عقیدہ رکھنا , Clearing : بریت , Ransom : قید سے چھڑانے کا عمل , Dispossession : جن اتارنے کا عمل , Antiseptic : غلطی سے پاک , Assuasive : تسکین بخش , Hindooism : ہندو عقائد , Emancipation : رہائی , Fancy : مغالطہ , Falsehood : جھوٹ , Cozen : دھوکا ہونا , Specious : بظاہر ٹھیک , Confute : غلط ثابت کرنا , Kid : جھوٹ بولنا , Controvert : غلط ثابت ہونا , Feigning : ڈھونگ , Frame-Up : جھوٹا مقدمہ , Falseness : جھوٹا ہونا , Cloak : چھپانا , Spuriously : ناجائز طور پر , Misinform : جھوٹی اطلاع دینا , Affectedness : دکھاوا , Fable : جعلسازی , Disbelieve : یقین نہ کرنا , True : سچ , Contradict : غلط ثابت کرنا , False Witness : جہوٹا حلف اٹھانے والا , Buncombe : بے تکی باتیں , Entice : پھسلانا , Eucalyptus Viminalis : ایک لمبا درخت

Useful Words Definitions

Disenchanting: freeing from illusion or false belief.

Misbelieve: hold a false or unorthodox belief.

Clearing: the act of freeing from suspicion.

Ransom: the act of freeing from captivity or punishment.

Dispossession: freeing from evil spirits.

Antiseptic: freeing from error or corruption.

Assuasive: freeing from fear and anxiety.

Hindooism: a body of religious and philosophical beliefs and cultural practices native to India and based on a caste system; it is characterized by a belief in reincarnation, by a belief in a supreme being of many forms and natures, by the view that opposing theories are aspects of one eternal truth, and by a desire for liberation from earthly evils.

Emancipation: freeing someone from the control of another; especially a parent's relinquishing authority and control over a minor child.

Fancy: something many people believe that is false.

Falsehood: a false statement.

Cozen: be false to; be dishonest with.

Specious: plausible but false.

Confute: prove to be false.

Kid: tell false information to for fun.

Controvert: prove to be false or incorrect.

Feigning: the act of giving a false appearance.

Frame-Up: an act that incriminates someone on a false charge.

Falseness: the state of being false or untrue.

Cloak: hide under a false appearance.

Spuriously: in a false and spurious manner.

Misinform: give false or misleading information to.

Affectedness: the quality of being false or artificial (as to impress others).

Fable: a deliberately false or improbable account.

Disbelieve: reject as false; refuse to accept.

True: consistent with fact or reality; not false.

Contradict: prove negative; show to be false.

False Witness: a person who deliberately gives false testimony.

Buncombe: unacceptable behavior (especially ludicrously false statements).

Entice: provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion.

Eucalyptus Viminalis: tall tree yielding a false manna.

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Edification : تعلیم و اصلاح

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